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We should go out to the land and look for things, Clark!
Lewis and Clark got to explore the northwest in the early 1800s with 43 others and set out to the explore the newly purchased land.
We should look for the Northwest Passage and make relations with Indians.
Other hardships included blisters of their hands and faces that mosquitoes feasted on, and they hands sore muscles. They also had to haul boats by hand when they weren’t near water.
We're soon going to have to find another river to sail because its very rough and rowing upstream is very hard.
Lewis and Clark didn’t find the Northwest passage but did make friendly relations with the Indians. They brought back lots of information about the west.
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